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Microblading is a manual skill of semi-permanent eyebrow drawing. Shape of the eyebrows is calculated according to the golden intersection (phi 1.618) and face morphology.
The pigment is applied into the surface layer of the dermis using disposable sterilized tool.
The pigment is chosen so to match the natural hair or eyebrows’ colour.
Symmetry is achieved through a special application and it is calculated while the clients’ eyes are closed because in that way mimetic muscles that can affect eyebrows’ symmetry are relaxed.
Strokes are always drawn in the direction of natural hairs’ growth to achieve hyper-realistic look.
When a client has very few natural hairs, manual technique is combined with the machine in order to get shadows that improve the volume. The combination of both techniques is called Fusion.
Treatment is performed with disposable sterile tools, and pigments are produced in accordance with the highest standards.

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How long will the microblading treatment take?

The procedure can take as little as 1 hour up to 2 hours depending on the amount of work required. The consultation is included in your session. Once you have filled out the client form, the artist will begin to measure your eyebrows; she will then select the pigmentation to be used in relation to your natural hair color. After the procedure will start. 

How long will the effect last?

The effect will last from 1 year up to 3 years before it completely disappears. The color will gradually fade away. We recommend you maintain, through your touch up sessions, your micro pigmentation in order to prolong the result. It must be noted that semi permanent makeup is an art and not a science. Results can vary in function of the age of the client, on their capacity for cellular regeneration, and on the level of pigmentation used.

Will I require a touch up session?

Correction is done a month after the treatment, because between 10 and 15% of drawn strokes disappear after the first treatment.

Colour is extremely dark during the first 5 to 7 days. 7 days later, it loses 40 to 50% of its intensity. If you think the colour is too dark, do not try to remove it yourself by no means. Patiently wait 7 days for the colour to fade on its own after the healing of the skin.


Color duration primarily depends on how oily the skin is. The oilier the skin, the shorter the colour lasts. Sweating and sun exposure also reduce colour fastness.

On average, expected time until a new colour refreshment is between 10 and 12 months. With oily skin it is up to 6 months.

How long will it take before it heals?

The healing is fully completed after 28 days and this is when we perform an obligatory addition of the pigment that has been lost. With problematic and oily skins, we can have several additions (corrections).

Post-treatment flow makes 70% of the treatment’s success. Conscientiously obey advice, because if you don’t do so you may lose up to 80% of drawn strokes. Rinsing and applying creams is of great importance.

Will it be painful?

It really depends on the clients’ level of tolerance. Discomfort may occur; however, so far all of Anna’s clients have not felt much, even many of them claiming they fell asleep during the treatment. Still, Anna will apply an anesthetic gel to numb the skin to entirely eliminate the pain during the treatment. Pain during the treatment is relative. Scared clients and clients who have their period usually feel stronger pain, while the other clients compare the pain to the one they feel when plucking eyebrows.

Recommendations before the treatment:

  • Stop using skin care products Retin-A & AHA in the proximity of the zone 2 weeks before and 2 weeks after the treatment. 

  • No wax, laser, or epilation near the zone 1 week before the treatment.

  • Do not eat spicy a day or two before the treatment.

  • Avoid coffee in the morning of your appointment.

  • Do not take aspirins or alcohol 24 hours before the treatment.

The success of the treatment depends on the:

  • skin quality

  • post-treatment flow and care

  • exposure to different external factors

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